Dismantling Racism, One Relationship at a Time (Paperback)
This cutting-edge guide to addressing racial inequities and systemic oppression presents communication as essential to improving race relations and understanding real consequences of racism on all people. Harris' trickle-down theory and racial intentionality roadmap empower us to identify where change is needed and enact it in daily life.
About the Author
Tina M. Harris is the inaugural Douglas Manship-Dori I. Maynard Endowed Chair of Race, Media, and Cultural Literacy in the Manship School of Mass Communication at Louisiana State University. This is the first endowment of its kind in the U. S. Her primary research interest is interracial communication, with foci on critical communication pedagogy, race and identity, diversity and media representations, racial social justice, mentoring, and racial reconciliation. She is a 2022 National Communication Association Distinguished Scholar and is regularly invited to contribute original research to books, top-tier journals, handbooks, and encyclopedias in communication and other disciplines. Harris is a very active senior scholar with many accolades and awards for her longstanding history of making valuable contributions to the discipline.